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Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland was created in 1921 when the British government split Ireland into two autonomous territories.

Famous for realm of unspoiled nature landscapes and stunning scenery. The Giant’s Causeway and Causeway Coast,  was declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1986.



The capital and largest city of Northern Ireland. It is also the second largest city on the island of Ireland (after Dublin, the capital of the Republic of Ireland). Shattered by more than three decades of paramilitary conflict, Belfast has undergone a renaissance in recent years and is now a vibrant, modern city. Famous sight include the Belfast Peace Line (one of Ireland's 7 Wonders), the Republican Museum, HMS Caroline and the Titanic experience.


Picturesque main town of County Fermanagh, perfect for exploring around  the lakeslands. The town's oldest building is Enniskillen Castle, built during the 15th century. The castle is now home to the Fermanagh County Museum, which focuses on the county's history, culture and natural history.


St. Michael's Church  


By Andreas F. CC BY-SA 4.0

Enniskillen Castle

By Ramón from Llanera, España -, CC BY 2.0

Derry or Londonderry

On the banks of the Foyle River, the second city of Northern Ireland , is well worth a visit for its famous stone city walls, dated from the 16th century and are the only complete city walls in Ireland.

Tollymore Forest Park

Tollymore Forest Park in Bryansford, located at the foot of the Mourne mountains offering stunning views of the surrounding mountains and the sea at nearby Newcastle.

The forest has been used as a filming location for the TV series Game of Thrones and the film Dracula Untold.


Tollymore Forest Park

By Albert, CC BY-SA 2.0

Tollymore Forest Park


By  K. Mitch Hodge - Unsplash

Dunlunce Castle

The dramatic 16th-century ruined medieval castle in Bushmills, is dramatically located atop a cliff on the on the edge of a basalt outcropping in County Antrim, which was the filming location for TV show Game of Thrones.


Ruins of Dunlunce Castle

By NakNakNak - Pixabay 

Northern Ireland Causeway Costal Route

Stretching from bustling Belfast to the historic city of Derry~Londonderry, the Causeway Coastal Route is some of Ireland's most incredible sights . Sandy beaches, fishing villages, sounds of the crashing waves, the birds soaring up above, the scent of sea and  wind whistling past your ears – these are all part of this legendary land’s beauty.


Whitehead  Coastal Causeway Route


By Elias Jonkers -Pixabay 

Blackhead Lighthouse

By Albert CC BY-SA 2.0

The Giant’s Causeway and Causeway Coast

The Giant’s Causeway and Causeway Coast was declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1986.

Giants Causeway is made of unique geological hexagonal formations of some 40,000 volcanic basalt rocks columns and cliffs on Atlantic coast in Bushmills, Antrim County. This striking landscape was caused by an ancient volcanic eruption, around 50–60 million years ago. The columns start from the foot of a cliff and disappear under the sea. The tallest columns measure around 12 meters in height. A wonder where  you can witness the power of Mother nature in her glory!